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This was a nightmare for a move. The movers showed up late (25 minutes). During one period of 40 minutes only 1 man was actually moving items out of the condo. When I talked to the crew chief, Ryan, he responded by being vocally rude and less than professional. Some of the items ruined due to their careless loading included: a broken planter ($40), a large scratch on a dining table extra leaf, a scratch on the $800 dining table base, etc. When the truck was loaded and ready to go to the new location, the crew did not inform us that they were leaving. They also left items at the condo loading dock without informing us. They charged us for 11 hours total time when actually there was less than 10 hours of actual work. We paid them $150/ hour for 3 men.
WHEN I CALLED THE OWNER HE NEVER RETURNED MY CALL.
We previously used a different mover to move us into the condo. That company did an outstanding job compared to this company. Additionally, the performed the work with 4 men and took less time and the total cost was less.
I would never use this company again and/or recommend them.
THEY SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDED ON ANGIER'S LIST - WHICH THEY WERE.
Had an awesome involvement with An AAA Rich's Reliable Movers! They pressed up our whole 2-room flat and moved us crosswise over town. We had a 5-man group and the move took around 10 hours altogether. They wrapped everything up precisely - nothing was harmed except for did have some minor scrapes on a few bits of furniture which is not out of the ordinary. We had a considerable measure of dish sets and beautification - none of which had any harm as they were all carefully wrapped up.
We chose to utilize An AAA Rich's Reliable Movers and I'm happy I did.They ensured every one of my things were secured before they stuffed it away. perfect and quick! I will utilize this organization once more.
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